’30’ & ‘Beloved Days’ – UK film screenings

22, 23, 24 ,28 March 2019

Lobby for Cyprus is proud to announce that it is a media sponsor of two films that reflect the drama and the innocence of the people of Cyprus. 30: The wound that never heals (short film). Cyprus, 1974. Maria is trying to find out anything she can about her son who is on the battlefield. A shocking twist of fate determines the course of the rest of her life. Beloved Days: […]

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Goodbye Europe

27, 28, 29 March 2019

‘Goodbye Europe’ – a unique collection of short documentaries from our 1000 Londoners project created specifically for this historic moment.   Included in these 28 micro-documentaries are: A collage animation by our Greek colleague about her very own sister. The story of a German man and woman who came to the UK on the Kindertransport in the World War II era and met and married in later life. A Czech […]

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Aristotelis Rigas & Stelios Anatolitis – ‘Brain Drain’

Sunday, 24 March 2019; 7:30-9:30pm

Greek stand up comedians Aristotelis Rigas and Stelios Anatolitis come to London on March 24th, as part of their European “Brain Drain” tour. Performed in Greek. Ο Αριστοτέλης Ρήγας καί ο Στέλιος Ανατολίτης έρχονται στο Λονδίνο, στο πλαίσιο της ευρωπαϊκής «Brain Drain» περιοδείας τους, στις 24 Μαρτίου. Παράσταση στα Ελληνικά. Tickets £15 / (Students £12) • Bar Rumba, Piccadilly Circus, 36 Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 7EP London Doors: 6.30pm • Show: 7.30pm […]

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Tragedy, the Greeks and Us: Simon Critchley and Shahidha Bari

Monday, 8 April 2019; 7:00-8:00pm

At the New School in New York, where Simon Critchley teaches, ‘Critchley on Tragedy’ is one of the most consistently oversubscribed courses. Now, in Tragedy, the Greeks and Us (Profile) he explains, in often surprising ways, why Greek Tragedies remain so compellingly relevant to modern times, in the way they confront us with things about ourselves we don’t want to believe, but are nevertheless true. Critchley will be in conversation […]

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A dog called Friki

Sunday, 2 June 2019; 5:15pm & 8:00pm

Tickets will be released soon The love comedy “A dog called Friki – Ένας σκύλος που τον έλεγαν Friki” describes the second chance that life gives to a couple. Margaret breaks up with her boyfriend after years of fighting, and decides to build her life from scratch. She finds a job and moves in a flat in the city centre. But in the apartment next door there is an unpleasant […]

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